Anonymous (not verified) - January 18th, 2010
FCC is beefing up its demands that wireless mic companies comply to the rules.
Daniel Bruns - December 31st, 2009
With speeds up to 400 MB/s, USB 3.0 is looking to change the way we transfer video.
Andy Clark - October 30th, 2009
Recently, Videomaker completed its first-ever video production webinar and we couldn't be more pleased with the turn-out. There were so many good questions, but, unfortunately, not enough time to answer them all. Here, at Videomaker, we value every question presented and aim to answer each one of them. One question we were unable to answer within the allotted time was regarding basic tips for composing, lighting, and shooting a talking-head corporate video...
Jennifer O'Rourke - March 23rd, 2009
hosted a collection of 15 video enthusiasts this past weekend to our offices in Northern California for our popular Videomaker Basic Production
After a series of lectures on the basics of video production that included shooting, lighting and editing techniques, we broke the class into two groups, each making their own video story.
Tom Skowronski - March 09th, 2009
Pure Digital Technologies
, or as many of you know them: the company that brought the Flip Video
line of video cameras to the world. Is looking to sell the company to Cisco for the meek price of $500 million. Flip cameras - the perfect user friendly internet uploading YouTuber aimed small video camera, have become extremely popular over the past 7 years.
Anonymous (not verified) - March 28th, 2008
reprinted from a Cascade Audio press release: